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Green Hearts – God’s Goodness In The Worst Of Times

$10.00

Everyone experiences pain. It is the common ground on which all humanity stands. Inspired by the sudden death of Jeff Bumgardner’s ten-year-old daughter, Ella, who loved “green hearts,” Green Hearts: God’s Goodness in the Worst of Times presents some of the most tragic and painful situations of life and answers the hard question of why from a Christian perspective.

In addition to real life stories of God’s goodness in the worst of times, topics include:

  • Understanding and dealing with grief
  • Helping someone who is grieving
  • Questioning God during difficult times
  • Surprising things God does during tragedy
  • Answering the problem of pain, evil, and suffering
  • Forgiving a person who has hurt you
  • Maintaining faith during the worst time of life
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Guests:  Jeff Bumgardner and Dr. Stephen Cutchins

Jeff Bumgardner is the worship pastor of First Baptist Church in North Augusta, South Carolina. He is a sought-after clinician and multiple Dove Award-winning songwriter. Holding a BA in Music from Brewton-Parker College and a Masters of Ministry from Southwestern Seminary, hundreds of Jeff’s songs have been recorded, with several other projects currently in development. Following the sudden loss of his daughter, Jeff and his family developed a nonprofit in Ella’s name to help those in need through acts of kindness all across the United States.

Dr. Stephen Cutchins is the senior pastor of First Baptist Church in North Augusta, South Carolina. Stephen is an author, educator, and speaker and teaches at Fruitland Baptist Bible College. He holds a Doctorate of Ministry degree from Southern Evangelical Seminary in Charlotte, North Carolina and is completing a PhD at Dallas Baptist University. Stephen is a Christian leader who helps curious and growing people answer hard questions about life, leadership, and learning, so they can know who they are and defend what they believe.